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/r/censorship is a reddit about government censorship in all forms from around the world.

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This subreddit is about various governments stomping on your rights and rights you expect. This subreddit is one more piece in compiling all that information.


/r/theuncensorednews is a place to post and discuss news articles without fear of being censored.


/r/MHOC is a a political simulation subreddit where our main goal as a party is to create an internet free of government censorship, where all are able to say whatever they wish, without fear of punishment.


/r/politicaldatacom/ is intended to be used solely for discussing news, professional experience, or academic research pertaining to the interplay of data and communications within the spheres of politics, public affairs, and government.


/r/RightsMedia is a space for sharing and discussion, both of great "rights media" content, and of what rights media should & can be.


/r/FreeSpeech is a subreddit for discussions about freedom of speech and for news about free speech-related issues from all around the world.


/r/Redactions is a subreddit for documenting redactions of documents important to the public interest.


/r/Namecoin is a cryptocurrency which also acts as an alternative, decentralized DNS, which would avoid domain name censorship by making a new top level domain outside of ICANN control, and in turn, make internet censorship much more difficult, as well as reduce outages.

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/r/PowerInAction is a subreddit for discussing how power operates in our global society - but less about how that power is abused. We're not interested in corruption, because everyone knows that is bad. It's more the day-to-day workings of power that are legal but exploitative anyway.


/r/GeoAnarchism is an ethical school of thought that stipulates all individuals have an equal right to natural resources and raw materials.


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China vows to punish critical Taiwanese commentators, families for 'slander'

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Canada's Online News Act, Bill C-18, has severely restricted access to local, national, and international news for people in Canada.

Having recently returned to Canada from abroad, I am devastated at the level of internet censorship resulting from the battle between Meta and the Canadian Gov't. The Online News Act, Bill C-18, and Meta's response of blanket blocking all news, has created a serious problem of near total news censorship across the largest social media network in the world. I do a lot of work internationally, I rely on the breaking news from countries where most of their news is not primarily published on a corporate news site, but rather, through Facebook and Instagram pages. I cannot access 98% of pages listed as "news" on any of Meta's services. As a consequence, C-18 has created a huge news blackhole in Canada.

After doing some digging, and considering a VPN, apparently not even this will help because any account that touches a Canadian IP address is also locked out of all news, globally, for 30 days. Americans have come to Canada for hours, only to discover upon returning back to US, they too can no longer access news from FB or Insta.

The only workaround I can think of is buying a VPN, creating an account through the VPN, and then never letting that account touch a Canadian IP address. But that is absolutely crazy for a so-called modern, developed, advanced democracy and this sort of blockage we're experiencing is what I'd expect under a theocratic regime like in Iran, but not in Canada!

Here's an example of what I mean: https://imgur.com/a/oG2gI5w.

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Meet the Woman Trying Censor the WORLD! Australia's E-Safety Commissioner Mad with Power

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